Stephanie van den Bergh is everything!!!!!!
Hey, my name is Autumn, I’m 18 years old, and this is what my body looks like :) lol.
I’m proud of my curves.
This is a photo from Thanksgiving 2012. I’m 23 and a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa. Being here and seeing how women accept their curves has been inspiring! No body is a bad body, and I love mine just the way it is.
I’m 42-30-43 here, 5ft 8in, and around 180 or 190lbs.
5”2, 65kg, 36D-30-40, UK Size 14.
I’ve never been comfortable with my body, but I’m starting to learn to love it, despite what other people say. This site is one of the reasons I’ve started accepting how I’m built—I’ll never be stick-thin, but is that really a bad thing? ;)
I’ve followed Curve Appeal for 2.5 years now, constantly being inspired for beauty and fashion. Proud to say I’ve reached my current size of 36”30”45”. Happy. Healthy. And curvy. :)
First time I have done a holiday picture. I feel beautiful!
Most times I will look at a pic of me and pick out all the flaws … this one I just felt … beautiful.
38-30-42 - 5’4
30FF, UK size 14/16
36-30-43 (last time I checked)
I’ve had issues with my body for a long time now, even when I was 15 and skinny I hated myself, and so called “friends” giving me a hard time about it (with lovely nicknames such as ‘whale’) didn’t help much. I’m 19 now and I’ve put on a lot of weight since then. My stomach is my main problem, I’m still not confident enough to get a picture of it at an unflattering angle. Despite this, I love my curves, I love having big hips and a smaller waist. A lot of my skinnier friends are counting their calories which is making me a bit paranoid, but at the end of the day I love food too much to starve myself!
Every submission to this blog helps me feel better about the way I look. So thank you ladies, so much!
Heather. 20. 5’2”. 40/30/45.
Call it a curse, or just call me blessed; if you can’t handle my worst, you ain’t gettin’ my best. Is this how Marilyn Monroe felt? My idol is Marilyn Monroe; she rocked those curves!
I’m short & curvy. I’m a princess with spiked hair & tattoos.
I’ve not always been comfortable with my body. Growing up, I felt too thick, too short, too tomboyish. It wasn’t until I started college that I realized that true beauty comes from within: confidence & kindness. <3